As the capital of the Duchy of Legnica at the beginning of the 14th century, Legnica was one of the most important cities of Central Europe, having a population of approximately 16,000 residents. [ citation needed ] The city began to expand quickly after the discovery of gold in the Kaczawa River between Legnica and Złotoryja (Goldberg) .
The main towns of Königshütte (Chorzów), Kattowitz (Katowice), and Tarnowitz (Tarnowskie Góry) were given to Poland. In the Silesian territory that Poland regained, the Germans were a significant minority. Similarly, a significant minority of Poles (about half a million Poles) was still left on the German side, most of them in Oppeln (Opole).
- August 1919 – July 1921
- Upper Silesia
The Silesian Uprisings (German: Aufstände in Oberschlesien; Polish: Powstania śląskie) were a series of three armed uprisings of the Poles and Polish Silesians of Upper Silesia, from 1919 to 1921, against German rule; the resistance hoped to break away from Germany in order to join the Second Polish Republic, which had been established in the wake of World War I.
- 16–26 August 1919
- Parts of Upper Silesia
- German forces crush uprising
August of Legnica. Count August of Legnica (August hrabia legnicki; Graf August von Liegnitz; Brzeg, 21 August 1627 – Siebenhufen near Przeworno, 14 May 1679), was a member of the House of Piast. New!!: Regensburg and August of Legnica · See more » August Schenk
The long formation of the Region Silesia (c. 1000-1526) / ed. Przemysław Wiszewski ; Wrocław 2013. - pp. 305 (=Cuius regio? : Ideological and Territorial Cohesion of the Historical Region of Silesia (c. 1000-2000) / eds. Lucyna Harc, Przemysław
The main towns of Königshütte (Chorzów), Kattowitz (Katowice), and Tarnowitz (Tarnowskie Góry) were given to Poland.  In the Silesian territory which Poland regained the Germans were a significant minority. Similarly, a significant minority of Poles (about half a million Poles) was still left on the German side, most of them in Oppeln ...
A Heidelberg Romance (German: Heidelberger Romanze) is a 1951 West German romance film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Liselotte Pulver, O.W. Fischer and Gardy Granass. New!!: Heidelberg and A Heidelberg Romance · See more » A Tramp Abroad
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